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    • More On the Debt Deal And What It Means For the Transportation Bill (T4America)
    • "Flexibility" to Ignore Cycling Not Enough? GOP Sens. Want to Let States Ignore Transit Too (LandLine)
    • Car-Chained Americans Unite! You Have Nothing to Lose But Bad Bread (NYT)
    • Media Coverage of Raquel Nelson Finally Mentions Street Design (NPR)
    • If You Build It, They Will Ride (Safely): NYC Cycling Up 62%, Crashes Down For All Road Users (Road.cc)
    • Red-Light Cameras Reduce Crashes 28% But Drivers Still Hate Them (Houston Chronicle)
    • Banks Demolishing Foreclosed Homes to Avoid Devaluing Neighboring Homes (Grist)
    • Fast-Growing Curbside Bus Industry Takes Riders Off Trains, Not Out of Cars (Transpo Nation)
    • Blame Housing Sprawl -- Not Immigrants -- For the Devastation Caused By Wildfires (ABC)
    • An Impassioned Plea to Keep E-Bikes Off Bike Trails (Coloradoan)

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